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Dec 05 2012 (HC)

M/S. Digamber Garments and anr. Vs. Govt. of Nct of Delhi and anr.

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Dec-05-2012

..... order dated 24.01.2001. 4.3 based on the aforesaid directions of the supreme court, the dsidc carried a public notice, in the times of india and punjab kersari datelined 26.01.2001, which read as follows: "in the supreme court hearing held on january 24th, 2001 the hon'ble supreme court has accepted the ..... in the present writ petition. 5.1 before i conclude the facts, i may also point out that dsidc, with its additional affidavit filed on 09.03.2005 has brought to fore the fact that, an advertisement dated 26.08.2004 was issued wherein it was indicated that those applicants who had not deposited the 50 ..... though they continued to enjoy the protection of the interim order passed on the said date. therefore, the judgment of the supreme court in the case of income tax commissioner v. ogale glass works ltd., would in my view, have no applicability. the issue involved in the present case is not: whether a payment made ..... 26.05.2010 was, in that sense, unnecessary.10. having perused the record of this case, i am not persuaded to hold that the gnctd/dsidc acted in a manner which was either illegal or, in a manner, which fell foul of the principles enunciated by the court from time to time under article ..... payment towads the cost of the plot in issue. in this regard, reliance was placed on the judgment of the supreme court in the case of income tax commissioner v. ogale glass works ltd., air 195.sc 429.reliance was also placed by the learned counsel on orders passed by a single judge of this .....

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Dec 05 2012 (HC)

Delhi Dayalbagh Coop. House Building Society Ltd. Vs. the Registrar Co ...

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Dec-05-2012

..... regulation and de hors the statute, a right, _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ which would be at variance with the provisions of that act, could not be asserted, as emphasized by the supreme court in daman singh v. state of punjab, air 198.sc 973.it was concluded that the restriction on bye-laws of the co-operative societies imposing condition ..... 5 to 11 herein. the parties are seven, though appeals filed are 5 as there is common holding qua two portions. these parties are also assessed to property tax in respect of their respective portions. the award obtained was exparte against mr. k.l. manocha, mr. suresh kochhar and mr. sanjeev channa and there was no ..... has not been mentioned in the petition. the petitioner, however, claims to have come across the advertisement in a magazine titled real property times in june, 2005 for sale of a basement, four bedroom apartments on each of the upper four floors of the new building constructed on the plot, which advertisement was repeated in ..... and provisions of common amenities, services, etc.; 27. the zoroastrian cooperative housing society ltd. and anr.s case (supra), thus, emphasized the need to make the act _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ contemporaneous with existing circumstances. it is in view thereof it was observed in para 33 as under:33. we have co-operative societies of religious groups who .....

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Dec 05 2012 (HC)

M/S. Digamber Garments and anr. Vs. Govt. of Nct of Delhi and anr.

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Dec-05-2012

..... order dated 24.01.2001. 4.3 based on the aforesaid directions of the supreme court, the dsidc carried a public notice, in the times of india and punjab kersari datelined 26.01.2001, which read as follows: "in the supreme court hearing held on january 24th, 2001 the hon'ble supreme court has accepted the ..... in the present writ petition. 5.1 before i conclude the facts, i may also point out that dsidc, with its additional affidavit filed on 09.03.2005 has brought to fore the fact that, an advertisement dated 26.08.2004 was issued wherein it was indicated that those applicants who had not deposited the 50 ..... though they continued to enjoy the protection of the interim order passed on the said date. therefore, the judgment of the supreme court in the case of income tax commissioner v. ogale glass works ltd., would in my view, have no applicability. the issue involved in the present case is not: whether a payment made ..... 26.05.2010 was, in that sense, unnecessary.10. having perused the record of this case, i am not persuaded to hold that the gnctd/dsidc acted in a manner which was either illegal or, in a manner, which fell foul of the principles enunciated by the court from time to time under article ..... payment towads the cost of the plot in issue. in this regard, reliance was placed on the judgment of the supreme court in the case of income tax commissioner v. ogale glass works ltd., air 195.sc 429.reliance was also placed by the learned counsel on orders passed by a single judge of this .....

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Nov 09 2012 (HC)

Bhagyoday Janparishad (Registered Ngo) Through President Vs. State of ...

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Nov-09-2012

..... which has no force of law, with the sanction of the parliament, the election commission cannot supplement the code of criminal procedure or the income tax act, 1961 and force the citizens to undergo such supplemental provision of search and seizure. mr.kavina placed heavy reliance on the recent pronouncement of ..... cannot be adopted and no person can be asked to fill up such a form disclosing the information. even the income tax act, 1961 does not contemplate such a procedure. we are also of the view that if indulging in a corrupt practice as explained under section ..... the flying squad/static team during the process of elections - standard operating procedure (sop), for flying squad and surveillance teams and involvement of income-tax department shall be followed as under: a. flying squads of district authorities: the flying squad constituted for the purpose of expenditure monitoring by the ..... held in december 2012. according to the said programme, the official notification under the provisions of section 15 of the representation of the people act, 1951 shall be issued on 17th november 2012. the election commission of india has issued instructions on election expenditure monitoring for the forthcoming legislative ..... others (1969(2) scc 324); 6. malak singh and others v/s. state of punjab and haryana and others (1981(1) scc 420); 7. district registrar and collector, hyderabad and another vs. canara bank and others ((2005)1 scc 496; 8. directorate of revenue and another v/s. mohammed nisar holia ( .....

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Apr 09 2012 (HC)

Gunjan Sinha JaIn and Others Vs. Registrar General, High Court of Delh ...

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Apr-09-2012

..... is the correct answer. the learned counsel for the dhc fairly conceded that this is not right in view of the supreme court decision in jacob mathew v. state of punjab: (2005) 6 scc 1 wherein the court observed as under:- (5) the jurisprudential concept of negligence differs in civil and criminal law. what may be negligence in civil law may ..... of objective type legal problems and their solutions covering the constitution of india, code of civil procedure, code of criminal procedure, indian penal code, contract act, partnership act, principles governing arbitration law, evidence act, the specific relief act and the limitation act. 4. the said djs exam was of the duration of 2 hours and 30 minutes and comprised of 200 objective type questions carrying ..... that option (4) [four arbitrators only] is the correct answer and not option (1) [sole arbitrator], as shown in the answer key. section 10 of the arbitration and conciliation act, 1996 provides for the number of arbitrators. it reads as under:- 10. number of arbitrators. (1) the parties are free to determine the number of arbitrators, provided that such ..... if the question itself is removed from the purview of marking. question no. 170 170. an arbitration agreement providing for arbitration of four arbitrators is, under the arbitration and conciliation act, 1996, to be construed as an agreement for arbitration by: (1) sole arbitrator. (2) five arbitrators. (3) three arbitrators. (4) four arbitrators only. 37. on the strength of .....

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Dec 12 2012 (HC)

Umesh Mohan Sethi Vs. Union of India and anr.

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Dec-12-2012

..... request though no rule was formally issued in this case, has drawn our attention to the decision of the supreme court in ram jawaya v. state of punjab (s) air 195.sc 54.in which the question was whether in the absence of any statute permitting the government to do so it was open ..... is not felt to deal therewith as the contention of the counsel for the respondents is that a writ petition being w.p.(c) no.83/2005 titled manzoor ali khan vs. union of india filed in the supreme court with the same reliefs and same prayers was dismissed vide order dated 10.01 ..... not analogous. their lordships pointed out that "the functions of a modern state like the police states of old are not confined to mere collection of taxes or maintenance of laws and protection of the realm from external or internal enemies. a modem state is certainly expected to engage in all activities necessary for ..... sustaining the right to maintain suits like this has been called to our attention, although, since the formation of the government, as an examination of the acts of congress will disclose, a large number of statutes appropriating or involving the expenditure of moneys for non-federal purposes have been enacted and carried into effect". ..... high court relied upon supra by the supreme court. it was inter alia held as under:5. apart from that, it seems to us that a tax payer has no right to challenge expenditure of public monies by government. in this connection, our attention was invited by mr. phadke to the decision of .....

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Nov 20 2012 (HC)

Vinod Kumar Sandlesh Vs. Union of India and ors

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Nov-20-2012

..... any doubt that the new delhi municipal committee was never put on notice of any action proposed to be taken under section 238 of the punjab municipal act and no opportunity was given to the municipal committee to explain any fact or circumstance on the basis that action was proposed. if there ..... .8. the learned counsel for the petitioner also placed reliance on the supreme court decision in the case of union of india v. v ramakrishnan:2005. (8) scc 39.in order to explain the scope of deputation and the rights of a deputationist. reliance was also placed on the supreme ..... the impugned state action is arbitrary and, therefore, violative of article 14 of the constitution, there can be no impediment in striking down the impugned act irrespective of the question whether an additional right, contractual or statutory, if any, is also available to the aggrieved persons.24. the state cannot be ..... of purely contractual disputes. however, to the extent, challenge is made on the ground of violation of article 14 by alleging that the impugned act is arbitrary, unfair or unreasonable, the fact that the dispute also falls within the domain of contractual obligations would not relieve the state of its ..... the state is a party. private parties are concerned only with their personal interest whereas the state while exercising its powers and discharging its functions, acts indubitably, as is expected of it, for public good and in public interest. the impact of every state action is also on public interest. .....

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Aug 10 2012 (TRI)

M/S. Sachdeva and Sons Inds. Pvt. Ltd. Vs. the Assistant Registrar of ...

Court : Intellectual Property Appellate Board IPAB

Decided on : Aug-10-2012

..... . vs. m/s. jasbir singh chadha (huf) and anr. he referred to section 47 of the income tax act. (i) 2004 (82) ttj 847 ?? sachdeva and song (e.o.u.) vs. deputy commissioner of income tax ?? itat amritsar bench (ii) 1976 air (sc) 1177 ?? state of punjab and another, appellants vs. shamlal murari and another, respondents he referred to section 35 of the stamp ..... air sc (civil) 1000 ?? k.k. veluswamy, appellant vs. n. palaniswamy, respondent the honble supreme court has held that courts can permit fresh evidence if evidence is relevant. 18. in 2005 (30) ptc 321 (ipab) (cited supra) the ipab has held that ??substitution of parties should have been allowed ? . but even in that case the board has held that allowing an ..... another, respondents (ix) 2003 (27) ptc 175 (sc) ?? lakha ram sharma, petitioner vs. balar marketing pvt. ltd., respondent (x) 1997 ptc (17) ?? savitri minda, petitioner vs. minda industries, respondents (xi) 2005 (30) ptc 321 (ipab) ?? chateau de cognac s.a., appellant vs. shaw wallace and co. ltd. and others, respondents (xii) 2009 (40) ptc 111 (del.) ?? vatika resorts pvt. ltd., plaintiff ..... (1997) 8 scc 715 ?? parsion devi and others, appellants vs. sumitri devi and others, respondents (iv) 2002 (24) ptc 468 (guj) ?? dolat industries, petitioner vs. krishna oil industries, respondent (v) 2005 (31) ptc 699 (ipab) ?? bunge agribusiness india (p) ltd., appellant vs. registrar of trade marks, new delhi and another, respondents (vi) 2004 (29) ptc 641 (ipab) ?? jacques jaunet s.a .....

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Nov 09 2012 (HC)

The Himalaya Drug Company Vs. M/S. S.B.L. Limited

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Nov-09-2012

..... ) ptc 1 (sc), dabur vs. heinz italia, held that two trademarks glucose-d and glucon-d containing glucose power are phonetically similar. the learned single judge of the punjab and haryana high court had held that word glucose being generic of the contents, no monopoly can be granted. the learned single judge of the high court had refused to ..... (d) temokem (p) temoget (d) meronem( p) meropenem -do- meromer( d) xv) xvi) novartis vs. wanbury ltd. aviat chemicals pvt. ltd. vs. intas rfa (os) no.90/2010 2005 (31) ptc 7.(del.) 2001 ptc 60.(del.) triaminic (p) coriminic (d) lipicard (p) syampathomimetic drugs injunction refused lipid corrective medicines injunction pharmaceuticals xvii xviii xix xx xxi xxii xxiii ..... contrary to the statutory provision of exclusive use conferred under section 28 and right to relief arising for infringement thereof conferred under section 29 of the trade and merchandise act, 1958.51. learned single judge did not consider his finding arrived on issue no.8 where it was held that defendants product ayurvedic need not be sold only ..... (d) pacitane( p) pariktane (d) brufen (p) crofen (d) spoxin (p) trihexylphenidyl, injunction anti spasmodic granted preparations ibuprofen registration rejected sparfloxacin ofloxacin injunction granted beta from betamethasone and vat from valerate ip injunction granted vitamins injunction granted methotrexate sodium injunction not granted diclofenac sodium injunction granted supaxin (d) betnovat e (p) betavat (d) zevit (p) evit (d) 66( .....

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Nov 09 2012 (HC)

Naya Bans Sarv Vyapar Association (Regd.) Vs. Union of India and ors.

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Nov-09-2012

..... and the same is always subject to conditions which may be imposed while granting the privilege to deal therein. reliance is placed on state of punjab vs. devans modern breweries ltd. (2004) 11 scc 26.a copy of the extracts of the report on tobacco control in india published by ..... be no fundamental right and which aspect remained undealt in the appeal therefrom reported as godfrey phillips india ltd. v. state of u.p. (2005) 2 scc 51.but over the time the hazards of tobacco seem to have overtaken the hazards of liquor, leading to the legislation such as ..... also noticed that inspite of ban on, tobacco advertising, inclusion of pictorial warnings on tobacco packs to raise awareness of risks of smoking and increasing tax to make tobacco products unaffordable, young people are continuing to take up smoking for a number of reasons including the way tobacco products are promoted ..... objectives sought to be achieved therefrom.2. the cause of action for the petitions accrued to the petitioners when in enforcement of the aforesaid acts, notices were issued to the members of the petitioner association to stop carrying on their business aforesaid from their establishments within the prohibited radius of ..... quantity or open / loose packets are not sold therein; (iv) that the members of the petitioner association are registered with the department of sales tax and have huge turnovers due to large volumes and have also obtained the licences for carrying on the said business; (v) that though the purport .....

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